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Trying to revive and protect Indonesia's mangroves

Video Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO - Duration: 02:46s - Published
Trying to revive and protect Indonesia's mangroves

Trying to revive and protect Indonesia's mangroves

Indonesia's extensive mangroves could be one of the cheapest ways of reducing carbon emissions, according to scientists.


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Islamic groups back anti-jobs law protests in Indonesia [Video]

Islamic groups back anti-jobs law protests in Indonesia

An omnibus law intended to cut red tape, streamline regulations, and encourage foreign investment was passed last week. But unions say it will erode workers' rights.

Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO    Duration: 01:32Published
Clashes in Jakarta over Indonesia's new labour law [Video]

Clashes in Jakarta over Indonesia's new labour law

Protesters clashed with police in Jakarta as thousands of students and workers staged rallies across Indonesia on Thursday in opposition to a new law they say will cripple labour rights and harm the environment.View on euronews

Credit: euronews (in English)    Duration: 00:50Published
Indonesia workers protest against 'exploitative' new law [Video]

Indonesia workers protest against 'exploitative' new law

Government leaders say the legislation is needed to create jobs and stimulate Southeast Asia’s largest economy crippled by the coronavirus pandemic.

Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO    Duration: 02:29Published
Critically endangered orangutan born at Chester Zoo [Video]

Critically endangered orangutan born at Chester Zoo

Credit: Chester Zoo Keepers at Chester Zoo have released footage of the firstmoments of their new baby orangutan. The newborn is yet to be named and can beseen cradled by its doting mother, Leia. Keepers say the new arrival is‘bright and alert’ and is suckling well from mum. Bornean orangutans arelisted as critically endangered in the wild. The species is threatened byillegal hunting, habitat destruction and loss of forest for the creation ofpalm oil plantations. Recent estimates suggest as few as 55,000 orangutansremain on the island of Borneo in Indonesia, which is the only place they canbe found in the wild. The group of orangutans at Chester Zoo are part of aninternational breeding programme working to conserve the species.

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO    Duration: 01:54Published
Indonesia's One Map: Concerns of transparency as project ends [Video]

Indonesia's One Map: Concerns of transparency as project ends

Indonesia's government is close to completing a national mapping project, which it says will address land disparities.

Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO    Duration: 02:28Published

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